Tiffany Haddish won Best Supporting Actress at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards and her acceptance speech is one of the greatest speeches–one of the greatest awards show moments, really–of recent history, if not ever.
Tiffany Haddish owned the night at the 2018 New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Wednesday night at TAO Downtown in New York City. Read more...
When the New York Film Critics Circle named Girls Trip co-star and scene-stealer Tiffany Haddish the year’s Best Supporting Actress, it put her into serious Awards Season contention – to everyone, perhaps, but Haddish herself. “I didn’t know that existed,” she told The New York Times, of the critics’ organization. “I had to ask people, […]
The 'Girls Trip' breakout brought the house down at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards, where she won best supporting actress.
The New York Film Critics Circle dinner and awards ceremony at Tao Downtown Wednesday night ended up being all about Tiffany Haddish. The lovefest began when Phantom Thread’s Lesley Manville read a note from Best Screenplay winner Paul Thomas Anderson, saying he wanted to work with Haddish, and would she please ... More »
Tiffany Haddish totally stole the show with this amazing speech! The 38-year-old Girls Trip comedian and actress delivered an acceptance speech after winning the award for Best Supporting Actress at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards on Wednesday night (January 3) in New York City. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Tiffany Haddish [...]
The surprises at the annual New York Film Critics Circle dinner bash aren’t in the awards; they were announced last month. The appeal of this gathering – which in its raffishness is something like the Golden Globes but with noses tilted...Show More Summary
Paul Thomas Anderson might have had the privilege to work with Daniel Day-Lewis on the actor’s last film, but he might be even more lucky to work on Tiffany Haddish’s next one. At the New York Film Critics Circle awards Wednesday night, Anderson wasn’t present to receive his award for ... More »
Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri scored seven nominations from the UK’s leading film critics today, nabbing mentions in the races for Best Film, Director, Screenwriter, Actress (Frances McDormand) and Supporting Actor (Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson). Show More Summary
A column chronicling conversations and events on the awards circuit. The tsunami of critics groups awards has hit in a big way and they all seem to be circling around the same few indie-centric films so far, though the AFI and Critics’...Show More Summary
Call Me By Your Name, which earlier this month won the Los Angeles Film Critics Circle awards for Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor, is a lovely if straightforward bildungsromance. Set in northern Italy over the course of a single...Show More Summary
On Thursday, the New York Film Critics Circle gave out its annual awards. The NYFCC nods, along with other critical awards like them, tend to kick Oscar prognostication into a higher gear, providing the first hard evidence of how a voting body might rank the year’s cinematic offerings. Show More Summary
The New York Film Critics Circle announced its annual award winners Thursday afternoon, adding some interesting new ripples to The Awards Conversation™. As with the Gotham Awards earlier this week, young-ish distributor A24 was the night’s biggest winner, with awards for Best Film and Best Actress (Lady Bird) and Best Director and Best Supporting Actor […]
New York Film Critics Circle, another early harbinger of film awards race results, weighed in with their picks for 2017’s best films Nov. 30. Fresh off her Gotham Awards victory, Saoirse Ronan of A24’s “Lady Bird” triumphed in the Best...Show More Summary
Saoirse Ronan is already racking up wins for her performance in Greta Gerwig's "Lady Bird." This week she was named best actress by the New York Film Critics Circle and at the Gotham Awards. She talks with Amy Kaufman about her search for home, her relationship with her mam, plus "Lizzie McGuire."
The New York Film Critics Circle voted on its annual year-end awards on Thursday, and current record holder for most-reviewed film with a 100 percent fresh rating Lady Bird, was crowned Best Picture. This puts Greta Gerwig’s assuredShow More Summary
“Lady Bird,” Greta Gerwig’s funny and moving coming-of-age tale set in her native Sacramento, is off to a flying start in the award season, capturing the best picture prize from the New York Film Critics Circle. The critics’ group, which voted Thursday, also bestowed its best actress honors on...
The 2018 New York Film Critics Circle Awards have officially unveiled the list of winners for this year’s top honors. There are lots of familiar faces on the list including Girls Trip‘s Tiffany Haddish, Lady Bird‘s Saoirse Ronan, and Call Me By Your Name’s Timothee Chalamet. While the winners were announced today, they will be [...]
With awards season officially underway, the next round of cinema accolades to be handed out was today’s New York Film Critics Circle Awards. Jordan Peele continued his streak of wins with Best First Film honors from the NYFCC, while Timothée Chalamet (Call Me By Your Name) and Saoirse Ronan (Lady ... More »